Solo projects

With “Sparklight”, Célia records her first concerto album with the Orchestre National Avignon-Provence and conductor Debora Waldman. Released on 27 April 2024 by NoMasMusic, the album highlights the friendship and musical complicity between Marie Jaëll and Franz Liszt. The album was chosen by France Musique and Le Monde.

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With this third solo album, released in November 2022, Célia explores the Dantesque cycle of French composer Marie Jaëll for the label Présence Compositrices. To find video elements about this album, click here:

Metamorphosis is Celia’s second solo CD where she explores the resonances between Ravel’s Mirrors, Glass’ Metamorphosis and Camille Pépin’s piece Number 1. Release in May 2021 by NoMad Music! The album was a great success of the press: 5 stars Classica, 4 Diapasons, Renaud Capuçon’s favorite on RTL …

First solo CD by Célia Oneto Bensaid – 2018 – Editions Soupir.
Dedicated to the American repertoire (Gershwin, Bernstein), American touches is the crossing of original piano works andorchestral tran scriptions by Célia. 
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Chamber music recordings

Marie-Laure Garnier, Célia Oneto Bensaid and the Hanson quartet have imagined a program articulated around the theme of nostalgic love. Starting with Ernest
Chausson’s Poème de l’amour et de la mer arranged for voice, string quartet and piano, they draw the thread of passion alternately joyful and melancholic in La Bonne Chanson by Gabriel Fauré and Les Chants nostalgiques by Charlotte Sohy, recorded for the first time in this formation. They give their name to this new b•records disc under the sign of symbolism, grace and emotion. The disc released in January 2023 is the choice of France Musique.

Forming for several years a hard-hitting duo on stage, Marie-Laure Garnier and Célia Oneto Bensaid record a first album for NoMadMusic. An ingenious mix between the works of Olivier Messiaen, Francis Poulenc and Negro-spirituals, this record sings the sacred and hope to celebrate a mixed society, rich in its multiple culture.

Released March 2022

With La Boîte à Pépites, a collective of musicians rehabilitates forgotten works of female composers!
Charlotte Sohy has given life to thirty-five opuses intended for all musical formations, of which fifteen, still unpublished, appear in this box. The label La Boîte à Pépites emanates from the eponymous YouTube channel and the Festival Un temps pour Elles. Following the action already carried out by these platforms, this album is the first volume of a collection whose desire is to highlight the works of women composers. Célia is fortunate to have recorded the world premieres of her piano sonata op.6, her songs from the Lande with Marie-Laure Garnier, her piece “Octobre” with Héloïse Luzzati, and her piano trio op.24 with Nikola Nikolov and Xavier Phillips.

Released in April 2022. 

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Célia takes part in cellist Olivia Gay’s “Whisper me a tree” project, which explores the close links between nature and music. This project is the subject of a partnership with the NFB.

The artistic project “Origin[s]” gives pride of place to popular works created in connection with the origin of their composers where a particular region…

Célia recorded with cellist Olivia Gay the 5 pieces in the popular tone of Schumann as well as the Spanish Dance of Nadia Boulanger.

The Walker of Lovers

Throughout the year, the Abbey of Royaumont in partnership with the Musée d’Orsay welcomes young duets who, alongside undisputed masters of lied and melody (Véronique Gens, Stéphane Degout etc.), forge their musical complicity. Thanks to this fruitful alliance between two friendly  institutions, beautiful combinations between music and visual arts are played. B Records invites you, by inaugurating this new collection, to capture the friendship between spirits, geniuses, and the arts, with a first disc that will lead you blithely from Schumann to Ravel, from the most languorous German romanticism to French poetry the more pungent.

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Released in September 2018

Chamber Music

Camille Pépin’s first monographic CD – 2019 – NoMadMusic

With Léo Margue (conductor), Ensemble Polygones, Fiona McGown (mezzo-sporano), Raphaëlle Moreau (violin), Léa Hennino (viola), Annaëlle Touret (harp), Thibault Lepri (percussion).

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